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Cabinet Approves Measures to Reduce Electricity Consumption to Boost Natural Gas Exports

The Cabinet approved the draft plan to take measures to cut down on the consumption of electricity, which would increase natural gas exports and allow the Egyptian economy to benefit from foreign currency.

Cabinet Highlights Key Energy Sector Developments in Sinai, Suez Canal

Egypt’s Cabinet has released a report highlighting citing some key energy sector accomplishments that have taken place in the Sinai Peninsula and the Suez Canal for past 7 years.

MoP Denies Rumors of Fuel Prices Increase

The Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources (MoP) denied the rumors that spread on social media saying that there is an increase in gasoline prices after the issuance of the decision regarding the amendments o ...

Egypt, Sudan Start Operating Joint Electricity Grid

The Egyptian Cabinet announced that the initial operation of the electricity grid connecting Egypt and Sudan started with 220 Kilo volt on April 3.

Cabinet Issues New Decisions for Mineral Resources Law

The Prime Minister, Moustafa Madbouly, issued new decisions related to the executive regulations of the Mineral Resources Law.

Egypt Approves New E&P Projects in the Mediterranean

The Egyptian cabinet agreed upon two new petroleum commitment agreement projects for the Egyptian Natural Gas holding company (EGAS), and several numbers of the national and international companies.

Natural Gas Sector Contributes to Economic Growth in Q1

Egypt's Minister of Planning, Hala El Saeed, said that the sectors of telecommunications, construction, tourism, industry, natural gas, and the Suez Canal recorded the highest rate in the economic growth during th ...

Egyptian Government Resolves Ministries’ Financial Affairs

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly held a meeting today to discuss the financial issues and resolve any disputes between the Ministries of Electricity, Petroleum and Finance.

Ministry of Petroleum Settles with Alexandria Port Authority on Fuel Supply Agreement

The Egyptian Cabinet approved a deal between the Ministry of Petroleum and Alexandria Port Authority to supply fuel for the ministry.

Cabinet Explains Consequences of Fuel Price Increase

The government issued a number of social protection programs worth more than EGP 85b to protect low-income citizens from being negatively affected by the burdens of economic reform.

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